At present, wet-bulb temperatures seldom exceed 31°C.
Research notes should not exceed 3,500 words in length.
It is well-managed with modern inhalers, but there's a hard wall my lungs can't exceed.
If you exceed those limits, you won't be able to make direct contributions to the plan.
Most taxpayers can only deduct medical expenses which exceed 10% of adjusted gross income (AGI).
It kicks in when private insurers' losses from policies for natural disaster exceed 150% of premiums.
For large venues attendance to a ticketed event with allocated seating must not exceed 50% of capacity.
The first rule of strategy is that the expected benefits of any action or approach must exceed the costs.
Insolvency under the balance-sheet approach means that the total liabilities of the debtor exceed his total assets.
In butterflies, the number of wing beats per second may be as low as 8 to 12, while the rate in mosquitoes may exceed 600.
In addition, the penalty for not carrying insurance only applies if the "cost of the insurance" does not exceed 8% of your household income.
The assets of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), for example, exceed its liabilities by over 9trn rupees ($125bn), of which about 2.7trn rupees is ready to hand.
While skipping college may seem like a cheaper option, data suggests earnings for college graduates far exceed wages for those with less than a bachelor's degree.
Buhari high marks for reinvigorating his country’s corruption-plagued, poorly equipped military and increasing the fight against Boko Haram, steps they say far exceed the efforts of his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan.
-based startup's revenue for 2020 will exceed the amount of funding the company's raised, Mostashari said, which is about $136 million from investors including Venrock, GV (which also backed One Medical), and ARCH Venture Partners.
Meanwhile, the Trump administration has begun a bailout for the oil industry, which could exceed $2.6bn in tax dollars going to oil industry control, and is toying with the idea of an airline industry bailout, which could exceed $50bn.
Disinfection has been the focal point of many of the changes, with American, United, Delta, Alaska, Southwest, and many others introducing enhanced cleaning procedures between flights and overnight, that follow or exceed new guidelines announced by the Centers for Disease Control.
A trust report said: "The cost of the new hospital may be judged to exceed the bid made by Carillion, and contracted by the trust, and as such funding parties will need to cover this provision, which was £75m in Carillion's accounts and may exceed that in practice."
But the S.E.C. filing warns that the Castle's sinking-fund obligations, ''in conjunction with the partnership's other debt service, capital expenditure and other working capital requirements, create cash needs that exceed anticipated annual cash flows from operations for 1990 and beyond.''
The report uses four new sets of scenarios for greenhouse-gas concentrations to claim that “global surface temperature change for the end of the 21st century is projected to be likely to exceed 1.5ºC relative to 1850 to 1900 in all but the lowest scenario considered, and likely to exceed 2ºC for the two high scenarios.”
- be greater in scope or size than some standard
Example: Their loyalty exceeds their national bonds
- be superior or better than some standard
Example: She exceeded our expectations
- be or do something to a greater degree
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The report uses four new sets of scenarios for greenhouse-gas concentrations to claim that global surface temperature change for the end of the 21st century is projected to be likely to exceed 15ºC relative to 1850 to 1900 in all but the lowest scenario considered and likely to exceed 2ºC for the two high scenarios